Calling All Golfers
Experienced, Inexperienced- Women-Men-Students-Teams
WYTV7 Community Broadcasting Network is hosting its First Annual “Tee Off 4 Youth Financial Literacy” fundraising Golf Classic on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at the Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation Course in Charlotte, NC. The format of the tournament allows for both the experienced and the inexperienced golfer to come out, support our efforts, and have a fun-filled day at the links.
The purpose of this fundraiser is to assist with the financing of WYTV7’s goal of developing the capacity to help raise the next generation of literate, creative and independent young entrepreneurs, through a combination of high quality, standards-based curricula & training, skill training, mentoring and capital support. The proceeds from the tournament will be used to create a system that will successfully nurture and develop literate young entrepreneurs in a complex process.
We are cordially inviting you to partner with us through your financial assistance, which should assist us in making a difference in the lives of the individuals that will be benefiting from our help. You can do this by acquiring at least one of the sponsorship levels located on the following sponsorship page. Each level clearly identifies the benefits you will receive for your generosity and what golfing event or registration gift will be provided to our fundraising golf tournament. Please understand that we are a non-profit organization with a Tax ID:81-4667248 and that your donation is tax deductible to-the-fullest-extent allowed by law.
Thank you for taking the time to consider assisting us with our aggressive and much needed initiative. If you have any questions concerning WYTV7 Community Broadcasting Network, the golf tournament or any of the information in the enclosed packet, please contact our office at (980) 202-2915 or our Golf Tournament Director Bob Williams at (919) 397-4069. The support of caring people like you will ensure that WYTV7 Community Broadcasting Network remains a beacon in our community.